Studying Political Europe, Current Themes on Politicisation of Europe
Marina Costa Lobo (ICS-UL)
Voting in Europe today, Trends and Methods
Laurie Beaudonnet (U Montreal, Canada)
Studying the Politicisation of Europe in the Media, Internet Research, Big Data, Qualitative Analysis
Tiago Silva, Susana Nina, Yani Kartalis (ICS-UL)
Experimental Research & Mass Attitudes Research in European Politics
Roberto Pannico, Lea Heyne (ICS-UL)
Studying attitudes to Europe through Focus Groups
Virginie van Ingelgom (UC Louvain, Belgium)
Marina Costa Lobo
Marina Costa Lobo is Principal Researcher at the Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Lisbon, and a member of the Board of IPP – Instituto Políticas Públicas.
She is also the coordinator of the Portuguese Voting Behaviour component of PASSDA – Portuguese Archive of Social Science Data.
In 2016 she was awarded an ERC Consolidator grant for MAPLE – Measuring and Analysing the Politicisation of Europe before and after the Eurozone crisis.
Her research covers the role of leaders in electoral behaviour, political parties and institutions.
Virginie Van Ingelgom
Virginie Van Ingelgom is Research Associate at the Univeristé Catholique de Louvain and an associate research fellow of the Centre for European Studies, Sciences Po Paris. She was recently awarded an ERC Starting grant for her project “QUALIDEM – Eroding Democracies. A qualitative (re-)appraisal of how policies shape democratic linkages in Western democracies“.
Laurie Beaudonnet (PhD, European University Institute) is an Assistant Professor of European politics at the University of Montreal (Department of Political Science) and director of the Jean Monnet Centre Montréal. As Jean Monnet Chair at the University of Montreal (2015-2018), she is deeply involved in teaching EU studies and supporting students’ research on the EU (EuroScope Project). Her research focuses on political attitudes, elections, and public opinion in the European Union, using quantitative and qualitative methods.
Roberto Pannico is post-doctoral research fellow at the ICS-ULisboa. His research interests include Euroscepticism, party cues, information processing, experiments and research methods.
Tiago holds a PhD in political and social sciences from the European University Institute. In the past years, he has been involved in several projects analysing European elections, particularly the news media coverage and the political parties’ campaigns.
His main research interests are political communication, online campaigning and European integration.
Susana Rogeiro Nina
Susana Rogeiro Nina is a PhD candidate in Comparative Politics at ICS-ULisboa within the MAPLE project. Her research interests include political behaviour, media effects, public opinion and applications of experimental methods in political science.
Yani Kartalis is PhD candidate in Comparative Politics at ICS-ULisboa. His research interests lie in the fields of political parties, political sociology and psychology, and automated data collection approaches for the social sciences.
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